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Review: Wahoo RFLKT is a big win for cyclists

At a Glance

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  • Wahoo Fitness RFLKT iPhone Bike Computer

    The first bike computer to be powered by an iPhone, the RFLKT offers a great way to access your phone's features while keeping the handset safely tucked away. Extra peripherals and app support add...

At a Glance

The first bike computer to be powered by an iPhone, the RFLKT offers a great way to access your phone's features while keeping the handset safely tucked away. Extra peripherals and app support add functionality.

Price when rated: $130

Pros

  • Lots of customization possibilities
  • Low-powered Bluetooth doesn't drain iPhone's battery

Cons

  • Need additional sensors to take full advantage of its features
  • Must pry it out each time you leave your bike unattended
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